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next to first lady michelle obama at the governor's ball. even as 74% -- even a 74% approval rating may not be be enough to get him invited to cpac's party. >>> political director john dickerson is in washington. good morning. tell me what this is about. >> good morning, charlie. well, it's -- it's heartburn about christie and his cozying up to the president. but it seems a little bit inside baseball. because the conservative movement and the republican party are going to a redefining period inside baseball can sometimes be interesting. little decisions end up meaning a lot when we get around a presidential race. one of the things that republicans and conservatives are wrestling is do they dispel sinners and heretics, what chris christie christie christiemight be here, or change the way and bring in more people. christie is quite popular, you can imagine supporting him because he reaches tout a lot of people. >> and has rich republicans that support him as they showed when they tried to get him to run in 2012. >> he does have a lot of rich republicans. but conse
properly after all these years. >>> michelle obama opens up about the bangs and she's pretty candid about what motivated her to have a whole new look. >>> we'll start this hour with the controversial cameras used to catch you running red lights. many people argue they're often inaccurate or unfair. tom costello has been looking into that story. tom, good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. 24 states and d.c. allow these red light cameras. nine states ban them. fairness is the big issue. in court, depending where you are, you might be able to ask a police officer about the ticket he wrote you, but you can't do that with a camera and the camera presumes that you're guilty, not innocent. they can be horrific crashes, red light runners are especially dangerous because the people they hit are usually caught completely by surprise. each year, some 700 people die and 122,000 are injured in accidents involving a driver who ran the red. to cut into that rate, more than 540 communities nationwide have turned to red light cameras. in washington, d.c., the police chief is a firm beli
wild" joined first lady michelle obama for a black history month student workshop yesterday. wallace is the youngest actress to ever get an oscar nomination. she's up this year for best actress. mrs. obama called the movie one of the most important and most powerful films put out in a long time. >> bill: 9 years old. she gets an oscar at 9. what do you do for an encore? >> another day another lawsuit against facebook. this one for the social network's like and share buttons. abc reporting a company that holds the patents of a deceased dutch programmer says this man created way back in the 1990s is what the basis is for the technology that the like and share buttons utilize on facebook. mark zuckerberg started what would eventually become facebook in 2003 well after that technology was developed. no word on what the company is seeking. no response from facebook yet. >> bill: everybody who is accusing mark zuckerberg of stealing their ideas -- >> i will use a line from the social network the movie if he didn't invent the facebook like button then he would have invented the facebook lik
include carly rae jepson for "call me maybe" and kelly clarkson and fun and michelle obama and bill clinton are nominated in the spoken word category category though neither are expected to attend the senator. >> bill clinton will be there. he is everywhere. ? >> he is everywhere. >> i sid this. i can't wait to tell my grandchildren that i was slay to see carly rae jepson, the hottest sensation. >> that song for "call me maybe." >> the house democrats continue their retreat and they have a line-up of guest speakers, comedy central's stephen colbert will address representatives and be interviewed by the leader nancy pelosi, interesting to note his sister is running for congress in south carolina looking to replace the seat vacated by tim scott. bill clinton addressing the crowd in village today. >> whoa. who. who. al republican or democrat. >> democrat. >> that has to be a referenceal because col better has intrudes nancy pelosi. that will be fun to see. >> should be. closed to press. we will only hear about it. the debate over the team natureme of
news from the graemes. bill clinton michelle obama both shut out. they remember nominated for grammys. neither one of them got it. the spoken word category. general is won for her autobiography. >> my friend, jim dale has won i don't know how many. i did every harry potter voice. every voice. incredible jamelle from the bill press spoken word. we've got a lot to cover starting with the pope. >> this is "the bill press show." made notice most of the stars at the awards last night were dressed much more conservatively than in previous years. more conservative. the reason. >> the reason for the standards and practices memo that cbs put out a couple of days ahead of time remaining that the broadcast was a family program and that they should take care to make sure their buttocks and female breasts were adequately covered. >> what about male breasts? >> you saw there was a guy that had the jacket on with no shirt on. they also said thong-type costumes would be problematic. >> thong type costumes. >> there you go. people cooperated. >> jay-lo an
called out michelle obama because he said they didn't need her in chicago. >> for going to the funeral for the 15 -- >> bill: >> it gets worse because he recently filed, in illinois's 8th district, that he wanted to drastically reduce his child support payments because he is no longer a congressman. remember, it turned out that he owed a lot of money in child support while he was running. he never really shook that label of dead-beat dad. now that he is out of his cushy congressional job, he is now filing so that he has to pay or that he wants to pay less money. >> bill: god, cry me a river. right. >> yeah. >> bill: adam for the progressive change campaign committee, do you consider barack obama a true progressive? >> i wouldn't consider the first term barack obama a true progressive. i think he dealt a lot with the corporations. >> bill: or if he was, he was in the closet maybe? >> i think we can judge it essentially by one main issue in the second term which is does he cut social security, medicare or medicaid benefits. that was the one part of his sp
court press." >> other headlines making news on this tuesday. michelle obama yesterday spoke out about something that a lot of people have been buzzing about. her new hairstyle. first lady went on rachael ray's talk show. getting her new bangs was her midlife crisis moment. she couldn't get a sports car and they wouldn't let her bungee jump so she cut her bangs. she also talked about her favorite movies going into the oscar weekend. lincoln, argo and beasts of the southern wild. >> i think they should let her go bungee jumping. >> bill: sure. wasn't argo -- >> argo, lincoln and beasts of the wild. >> did you see any of those? >> i did see lincoln. >> that's the one i haven't seen. >> it is excellent. >> hundreds of people are searching for -- >> bill: i think argo wins. >> i think you might be right actually. >> go, dan! [ laughter ] >> bill: this is your two minutes. >> whenever you're ready. >> hundreds of people are searching for pieces of meteor in the euro mountains after last week's meteor crash hit russia. the less is found the higher price people can get for it. early estimates
's move campaign. michelle obama visiting jimmy fallin's late-night program also "good morning america" and several other shows and many schools across the country in a trip to promote the anti-obesity movement and she's making a big announcement on a new physical activity initiative in schools in chicago later today. >> bill: going out so people can see her bangs. >> which is now on the new official white house portrait of hers. as reported by "the hill" newspaper. >> if they are to be trusted. >>> hillary clinton will not be missing her secretary of state salary, a measly $186,000 per year. buzzfeed reporting on the speaking circuit she will be earning north of $200,000 per speech. there is a very exclusive group of people who make that much. only her husband, bill clinton and former governor arnold schwarzenegger are known to pull in that much per speech. behind that, george w. bush, dick cheney and al gore earn between $100,000 and $200,000 per speech. >> bill: i will repeat again for those of you out there looking for a speaker for your next event if you can't afford hillary clint
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